SCDF, I salute with FZ20!!!


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LifeWorld

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On 19 March, 2005 a group of ClubSnap photogs lead by snowspeeder visited Singapore Civil Defence Force Quarter cum Heritage Museum at Hill Street, Singapore.

Most of the photogs were using pro dslr, I am the only one with the FZ20.
Quite happy with the shots though! :bsmilie:

Here are some it: SCDF, I salute!!!
 

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LifeWorld said:
On 19 March, 2005 a group of ClubSnap photogs lead by snowspeeder visited Singapore Civil Defence Force Quarter cum Heritage Museum at Hill Street, Singapore.

Most of the photogs were using pro dslr, I am the only one with the FZ20.
Quite happy with the shots though! :bsmilie:

Here are some it: SCDF, I salute!!!
Hey LifeWorld, those are very nice sharp pictures. Way to go. 2 :thumbsup: :thumbsup: 's up for you.
 

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LifeWorld said:
Most of the photogs were using pro dslr, I am the only one with the FZ20.
Quite happy with the shots though! :bsmilie:

Here are some it: SCDF, I salute!!!
Don't worry...it's not the equipment....it's whose behind the camera that matters most.

Like your shot.... :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

For some of your shots where there are lots of refections, especially on metal surfaces, you may get better result with polarizer.
 

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tankm said:
Don't worry...it's not the equipment....it's whose behind the camera that matters most.

Like your shot.... :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

For some of your shots where there are lots of refections, especially on metal surfaces, you may get better result with polarizer.
Thanks for the tip. :)
 

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I think these 3 shots are the extra-ordinary works from LifeWorld:
Thanks you George. :)

First pic took me a while moving from left to right to get a better composition. Until I felt time almost up so just snap it.

'That's your Future' was done at 12X zoom. Otherwise can't get that close-up.

'We're ready to Go', I stood there positioned camera and waited a while for her to look my way. Sure she did and snap it immediately.
 

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Hi LifeWorld,

Like your "We're ready to go!" very much, the composition is good and the little gal is so sweet :thumbsup: :)
 

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those pics are really sharp, impressed. :thumbsup:

I've posted one of them here

More can be found at my gallery at SCDF
 

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Great pics with sharpness and dynamic colours :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
Can tell me wat mode u used when shooting and did you use the manual focus?? Oh any filters? Ermm like ask abit too many... :embrass: Pls pardon me and tks in advance
 

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Can tell me wat mode u used when shooting and did you use the manual focus?? Oh any filters? Ermm like ask abit too many... :embrass: Pls pardon me and tks in advance
Colour straight from the camera. No post processing done.
Only UV filter used. Haven't buy 62mm CP filter yet.
Mostly P and A mode. AF for 'life' shots and both AF/MF for 'still' shots like the plate, hose, pump, door, etc...

Check out exif data on pic. :)
 

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